A book review about Sacking the Potter by Bolaji Olatunde. A gripping fictional play about mental health (postpartum depression).
Read our review of Edify’s book, After They Left here. Edify Yakusak is from Kaduna State but was born and raised in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. She started writing at […]
A book review of After They Left by Edify Yakusak. A thriller set in Jos, Nigeria which explores themes of war and violence, injustice and the human will to survive.
Read our review of Sifa’s book, A Taste of Love here. Sifa Asani Gowon was raised in Bauchi in the 80’s, schooled in Jos and Zaria before getting married in […]
A book review of a Taste of Love by Sifa Asani Gowon. A fictional contemporary romance novel set in Jos, Nigeria which is about single parenthood and second chances.
Read our review of Dami’s book, Clinical Blues here. Dami Ajayi is from Ondo State but spent his childhood in Ado Ekiti in the 1980s and later, in Lagos, Nigeria […]
A book review of Clinical Blues by Dami Ajayi. A poetry collection which explores themes on Love, Death, Suffering and Music.
Read our review of Yemisi’s book, Longthroat Memoirs here. Yemisi Aribisala (also known as Yemisi Ogbe) grew up in Lagos, though she spent many holidays in Ibadan, Nigeria. She has […]
A book review of Longthroat Memoirs: Soups, Sex and Nigerian Tastebuds by Yemisi Aribisala. A nonfiction book which looks at the relationship between Nigerian food and culture.
Read our review of Elizabeth’s book, Chasing Facades here. Elizabeth Olushola Adeolu was born and raised in Nigeria. She studied in Nigeria and the United Kingdom (UK). She has a […]